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How Immigration Raids Destroy the Lives of Food Workers

Comparing the tactics of Trump’s administration to the Bush era On February 22, 2017, exactly 55 unauthorized workers went missing from Mississippi restaurants after Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents (ICE) raided the businesses. Show More Summary

Tiffins Is Disney World’s Best Restaurant

Tucked away in Orlando’s Animal Kingdom, this might be the greatest place to eat in any Disney park around the world Theme park aficionado Carlye Wisel has dined at her fair share of Disney properties, but claims the restaurant she and...Show More Summary

This Hong Kong Party Bus Has Dim Sum, Video Games, and Karaoke

You’ll never want to leave this rolling restaurant The party bus, a staple of bachelor/bachelorette parties and corporate retreats, just got a serious upgrade in Hong Kong, where a company called Crystal Bus has built a double-decker rolling restaurant with all sorts of bells and whistles. Show More Summary

Starbucks Forces ‘Star Box’ Coffee Shop to Change Its Name

It seems highly unlikely anyone would have confused the two Starbucks’ fleet of heavily caffeinated lawyers have honed in on a new target: a tiny, one-man coffee kiosk in North London. Star Box Coffee has been forced to change its name...Show More Summary

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Are Going Green For St. Patrick’s Day

Plus other food news to know today • St. Patrick’s Day often brings an unfortunate parade of dyed foods that have no business being green, but if there’s one unnaturally tinted item we could get behind, it’s icing. With that in mind,...Show More Summary

McDonald’s Calls Trump ‘Disgusting Excuse of a President’ in Tweet

Oops Moments ago, the official @McDonaldsCorp Twitter account had a very interesting missive on its Twitter account. It read: “@realDonaldTrump You are actually a disgusting excuse of a President and we would love to have @BarackObama...Show More Summary

Tamales in the Time of Trump

A Texas border town’s most famous restaurant braces for the wall On a chilly January afternoon at Delia’s, a stucco-clad fast-food restaurant tucked alongside tire shops and cash-and-loan joints on a wide, flat commercial strip in the Texas border city of McAllen, Mario Navarro was taking his lunch break. Show More Summary

Review: Two Hits and One Misfire From ‘Chef’s Table’ Season 3

Is ‘Chef's Table’ ready to be cleared? Do you like food? Do you like movies? Do you like movies about food? If you answered yes to any of those questions, you might enjoy Eater at the Movies, a column by Joshua David Stein. The final...Show More Summary

Soylent Has Officially Ruined Barbecue

Avert your eyes, Texans Of all the stunt “activations” happening at Austin’s annual tech-bro bacchanalia South by Southwest, here’s one that Texans might want to pretend never happened: Soylent as barbecue sauce. During an event last...Show More Summary

Lab-Grown Meat Finally Available in Chicken Nugget Form

This could be in your supermarket by 2021 Lab-grown meat is not new, but the technology is moving along at a rapid pace. This week, Memphis Meats — one of two major technology companies that have created burger patties out of stem cells...Show More Summary

James Beard Awards 2017: Restaurant, Chef, and Media Finalists

The full list of nominees Today the James Beard Foundation revealed the “short list” of finalists for its 2017 awards ceremony. The awards, considered among the highest honors in the American hospitality industry, cover chefs, restaurants,...Show More Summary

Live: James Beard Foundation Announces 2017 Awards Finalists

How to watch the livestream, happening right now UPDATE: The livestream is over, here’s the complete list of the 2017 finalists. Today, the James Beard Foundation announces the finalists for its annual awards. Often referred to as “the...Show More Summary

Order Poke By the Pound at Honolulu’s Alicia’s Market

“Dining on a Dime” samples some of the best poke on Oahu In this week’s episode of Dining on a Dime, host Lucas Peterson visits the Kalihi neighborhood of Honolulu, just north of downtown, to track down what he’s heard is some of Oahu’s best poke. Show More Summary

How Anthony Bourdain Dug Himself Out of a Financial Hole

The chef was broke for decades until he made some big decisions From his college years through the publication of Kitchen Confidential, Anthony Bourdain was awful with money. In an excellent new article for Wealth Simple, the food media super star outlines how he lived hand-to-mouth as a line cook for decades. Show More Summary

13 of Our Favorite ‘Lucky Peach’ Stories

What to read right now from the soon-to-shutter food journal Lucky Peach’s days are numbered: Earlier today, Eater learned that the independently owned publication — originally launched by McSweeney’s but now run by Peter Meehan andShow More Summary

‘Lucky Peach’ Will Likely Fold in May

After laying off entire staff, the end seems near Lucky Peach, the six-year-old indie food media outfit from writer Peter Meehan and restaurant mogul and Momofuku founder Dave Chang, is going through a major upheaval. The entire staff...Show More Summary

NYT Critic Agrees With Everyone: Franklin Barbecue Is Very Good

Pete Wells weighs in on Austin’s most famous brisket In time for SXSW revelers to take note, New York Times restaurant critic Pete Wells has awarded two (out of a possible four) stars to Aaron Franklin’s Franklin Barbecue, meaning the cookbook author and James Beard Award winner’s renowned barbecue spot is “very good” in Wells’s estimation. Show More Summary

How Salt Bae Got His Groove Back

Just when you thought you were done with the sexy sprinkling man… Turkish butcher/chef/restaurateur Nusret Gökçe set the internet ablaze earlier this year with his ultra-smooth meat slicing and salting skills. Instagram users gave him...Show More Summary

Watch Larry King’s Priceless Milk Bar Hot Takes

This video might just restore your faith in humanity Octogenarian TV anchor Larry King shows off a hidden talent for food reviewing in this delightful interview with Milk Bar chef/owner Christina Tosi on Larry King Now. After sampling his first-ever bite of Crack Pie, King proclaims: “I would eat this a lot. Show More Summary

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